Cooperate, coordinate, and collaborate on all community efforts and levels to eliminate domestic violence.
Domestic violence cannot be solved by one person or one agency alone. Success is defined through a team approach that includes members from the community working together to address this epidemic.
The DVCCRT creates a space that allows for open discussion of difficult cases, problem solving to better serve victims, discussion of more effective and accountable services for perpetrators, collaboration among agencies, creation of sub-committees to address particular concerns, and discussion of ideas on how to increase awareness of domestic violence and its devastating effects on our community.
Tara Aday, Co-Chair
Works With Safe Haven Ministries
Chris Becker, Co-Chair
Works With Kent County Prosecutor’s Office
Holly Wilson, Secretary
Works With Safehaven Ministries
Angelica Ferrer, Treasurer
Works at Victim Witness
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The DVCCRT meets monthly on the fourth Thursday of the month from 12pm-1:30pm.
Until further notice, the DVCCRT is meeting virtually via Zoom.
To obtain the Zoom link for upcoming meetings, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.